Did you know: ACV can do wonders to your skin?

Did you know: ACV can do wonders to your skin?

What is Apple Cider Vinegar? Raw apple cider vinegar is made from organic apples and goes through a double fermentation process. During this process, enzymes and other nutrients are preserved and work together to bring out therapeutic properties. NUTRITIONAL FACTS: Here are just a few amazing nutritional facts about this...

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The 19-year-old aspiring photographer, Brooklyn Beckham quits NY university

The 19-year-old aspiring photographer, Brooklyn Beckham quits NY university

Brooklyn Beckham, 19, has reportedly quit his New York university course and will intern with a UK-based photographer instead. The 19-year-old aspiring photographer started a four-year course at Parsons School of Design last September, but after completing his first year of studies, he’s now put the rest of the programme...

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Second ODI: Zimbabwe wins toss, team all set to bat

Second ODI: Zimbabwe wins toss, team all set to bat

KARACHI: Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza has won the toss, and has decided to bat first in the second ODI at Bulawayo. In the series opener, Pakistan won in a substantial manner by 201 runs to take 1-0 lead in the five-match series. However, there were no changes in the playing...

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Rolls-Royce takes to the skies, develops a flying-taxi project

Rolls-Royce takes to the skies, develops a flying-taxi project

UNITED KIKNGDOM: British jet engine maker Rolls-Royce has designed a propulsion system for a flying taxi and is starting a search for partners to help develop a project it hopes could take to the skies as soon as early next decade. On Sunday, Rolls-Royce said it had drafted plans for...

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Microsoft to legalize  use of facial recognition technology in The US

Microsoft to legalize use of facial recognition technology in The US

On Friday Microsoft called for government regulation of facial recognition technology and for laws governing its legally acceptable uses. “We believe Congress should create a dual-party expert commission to assess the best way to legalize the use of facial recognition technology in the United States,” Microsoft President Brad Smith wrote...

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Joy-ride at Askari Park claims life of a 12-year-old, all parks across Sindh to remain closed until a technical inspection is conducted

Joy-ride at Askari Park claims life of a 12-year-old, all parks across Sindh to remain closed until a technical inspection is conducted

A 12-year-old girl, Kashaf Dukhtar, was killed, while 25 others injured when a joy-ride operated on a trial basis in Karachi’s newly-inaugurated Askari Amusement Park broke apart on Sunday night. She and several others were taking rides, one of which had a sudden suddenly collapsed, leaving the survivors wounded. According...

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May shuns Trumps brutal suggestion to ‘sue The EU’, while Trump decides not to comment any further

May shuns Trumps brutal suggestion to ‘sue The EU’, while Trump decides not to comment any further

US President Donald Trump told British Prime Minister Theresa May she should sue the European Union rather than negotiate with them, she claimed on Sunday. According to May, Trump self-declared a “brutal” option in the Brexit negotiations which was apparently to sue Brussels. Moreover, she shedding light on his mysterious...

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Thai-cave: 2 Australian divers granted with diplomatic immunity before rescue in case the operation failed

Thai-cave: 2 Australian divers granted with diplomatic immunity before rescue in case the operation failed

Two Australian divers who assisted the trapped young football team in a Thai cave obtained diplomatic immunity before the rescue in case it failed, national broadcaster reported Monday. The “Wild Boars” team were caught in the cave in northern Thailand for almost 18 days before Thai Navy SEALs and international...

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Climate change likely to result in nearly 38,000 worldwide deaths by 2030-2050

Climate change likely to result in nearly 38,000 worldwide deaths by 2030-2050

OSLO: Over a billion people are at risk due to lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to allow them preserve food and medicines as global warming sets in and soars temperatures, a study revealed on Monday. Greater electricity demand for fridges, fans and other appliances...

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Muslims in China at threat: Little Mecca dreads eradication of Islam

Muslims in China at threat: Little Mecca dreads eradication of Islam

Green-domed mosques still dominate the skyline of China’s “Little Mecca”, but they have undergone an insightful change; no longer do boys flit through their stone courtyards en route to classes and prayers. In what locals told AP they fear is a measured and deliberate move to exterminate Islam, the atheist...

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